|Series||Hull Museum Publications -- 162|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||146|
Prehistoric Yorkshire The Prehistory Research Section and Yorkshire's rich and complex prehistory In Yorkshire, the earliest evidence of human occupation goes back around , years, but it is only from aro BC, at the end of the last Glacial period, that continuous occupation occurred. Extensive prehistoric and medieval remains on Levisham Moor is a Scheduled Monument in Newton, North Yorkshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building. Ancient Origins articles related to Yorkshire in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends. (Page of tag Yorkshire). Let's be frank - East Yorkshire has some of the most unique and exciting archaeology in the UK especially when it comes to the Iron Age Take, for example, the simple fact that while ancient burial mounds elsewhere in the country are usually round, or at least oval, in East Yorkshire, they're often square - a phenomenon associated with a particular Iron Age culture, known as the Arras.
This is the collections page of The Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society, until recently known as the Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Since we have published the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal and other works dealing with the history and archaeology of the ancient county of Yorkshire, and we continue to do so. In , Oxford Archaeology North undertook the excavation of internationally significant prehistoric remains at Stainton West, near to Carlisle. There, archaeological features and a huge (>, pieces), in situ, lithic assemblage, survived on a buried land surface adjacent to a palaeochannel of the River Eden. This appears to. Excavations at Cliffs End Farm undertaken in /5 uncovered a dense area of archaeological remains including Bronze Age barrows and enclosures, a large prehistoric mortuary feature, and a small. An introduction to prehistoric barrows and burial mounds - mounds of earth and/or stone of various shapes and sizes that are characteristic earthwork monuments of the prehistoric periods from about 5, until 3, years ago ( BC). A small .
Four bowl barrows m south east of High Wold Farm Market Weighton Four bowl barrows and parts of two linear boundary earthworks and a cross-dyke m west of Wharram Birdsall Four carved rocks on Blake Hill, m NNW of Hill Gill Farm, Baldersdale Mickleton Four round barrows m east of High Pastures Lockton. Yorkshire Prehistoric Sites. This page Danes Dyke - Stanwick Iron Age Fort. The height is 22 feet at the east and it slopes down to 18 feet at the east. B, Duggleby, Yorkshire, England Extensive earthwork remains of a 1st-century Iron Age fort established by the Brigantes tribe. The site was not purely defensive but was used as a. View millions of pages of historic newspapers, dating back to , online with the British Newspaper Archive. You can access the online archive for free by using the computers in the East Riding Archives research room or at East Riding Libraries. The archive is searchable, making it an invaluable tool for historians researching names and places. Elkington's Track, Burley Moor, West Yorkshire Ilkley Gate, Ilkley Moor, West Yorkshire Leaning Stoop Way, Burley Moor, West Yorkshire North Road, Burley Moor, West Yorkshire Rombald's Way, Ilkley Moor, West Yorkshire Skirtful North, Burley Moor, West Yorkshire Skirtful South, Burley Moor, West Yorkshire The Avenue, Stonehenge, Wiltshire.